Michael Crick points out that had the Tories used first-past-the-post in 2005, David Cameron would have lost to David Davis.
At Left Foot Forward, Ed Jacobs blogs on Northern Ireland's slow march towards peace, and the painful process of laying the violent past to rest.
Mike Smithson at PoliticalBetting shows us visually why things might be different in the marginal seats.
Simon Fletcher gauges reaction to the news that Joanne Cash, the Tory candidate in Westminster North, has stood down due to party infighting.
Daniel Finkelstein writes that Labour's plan to reward those who identify benefit cheats with a share of the savings establishes a useful principle.